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Rillig, Matthias C; van der Heijden, Marcel G A; Berdugo, Miguel; Liu, Yu-Rong; Riedo, Judith; Sanz-Lazaro, Carlos; Moreno-Jiménez, Eduardo; Romero, Ferran; Tedersoo, Leho; Delgado-Baquerizo, Manuel (2023). Increasing the number of stressors reduces soil ecosystem services worldwide. Nature Climate Change, 13(5):478-483.

Rauchfleisch, Adrian; Siegen, Dario; Vogler, Daniel (2023). How COVID-19 displaced climate change: mediated climate change activism and issue attention in the Swiss media and online sphere. Environmental Communication, 17(3):313-321.

Wolfe, Sven Daniel (2023). Building a better host city? Reforming and contesting the Olympics in Paris 2024. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, 41(2):257-273.


Bieser, Jan C T; Blumer, Yann; Burkhalter, Linda; Itten, René; Jobin, Marilou; Hilty, Lorenz M (2022). Consumer-oriented interventions to extend smartphones’ service lifetime. Cleaner and Responsible Consumption, 7:100074.

Michaelowa, Axel; Michaelowa, Katharina; Hermwille, Lukas; Espelage, Aglaja (2022). Towards net zero: making baselines for international carbon markets dynamic by applying ‘ambition coefficients’. Climate Policy, 22(9-10):1343-1355.

Müller, Martin; Gogishvili, David; Wolfe, Sven Daniel (2022). The structural deficit of the Olympics and the World Cup: Comparing costs against revenues over time. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, 54(6):1200-1218.

Merian, Sybilla; Stöeckli, Sabrina; Fuchs, Klaus Ludwig; Natter, Martin (2022). Buy Three to Waste One? How Real-World Purchase Data Predict Groups of Food Wasters. Sustainability, 14(16):10183.

Honegger, Matthias; Baatz, Christian; Eberenz, Samuel; Holland-Cunz, Antonia; Michaelowa, Axel; Pokorny, Benno; Poralla, Matthias; Winkler, Malte (2022). The ABC of Governance Principles for Carbon Dioxide Removal Policy. Frontiers in Climate, 4:884163.

Dimitrakou, Ifigeneia (2022). A sense of absence: Resituating housing vacancy in post-crisis Athens. Housing Studies, 37(6):997-1014.

Gärtner-Roer, Isabelle; Nussbaumer, Samuel U; Raup, Bruce; Paul, Frank; Welty, Ethan; Windnagel, Ann K; Fetterer, Florence; Zemp, Michael (2022). Democratizing glacier data – maturity of worldwide datasets and future ambitions. Frontiers in Climate, 4:4:841103.

Ren, Julie (2022). A more global urban studies, besides empirical variation. Urban Studies, 59(8):1741-1748.

Parra, Guido J; Bilgmann, Kerstin; Peters, Katharina J; Möller, Luciana M (2022). Corrigendum: Abundance and Potential Biological Removal of Common Dolphins Subject to Fishery-Impacts in South Australian Waters. Frontiers in Marine Science, 9:913726.

Michel, Annina Helena; Pleger, Lyn Ellen; von Atzigen, Aline; Bosello, Ottavia; Sager, Fritz; Hunziker, Marcel; Graefe, Olivier; Siegrist, Dominik; Backhaus, Norman (2022). The Role of Trust in the Participatory Establishment of Protected Areas—Lessons Learnt from a Failed National Park Project in Switzerland. Society & Natural Resources, 35(5):487-505.

Kranz, Johanna; Schwichow, Martin; Breitenmoser, Petra; Niebert, Kai (2022). The (un)political perspective on climate change in education – a systematic review. Sustainability, 14(7):4194.

Durand, Gaël; van den Broeke, Michiel R; Le Cozannet, Goneri; Edwards, Tamsin L; Holland, Paul R; Jourdain, Nicolas C; Marzeion, Ben; Mottram, Ruth; Nicholls, Robert J; Pattyn, Frank; Paul, Frank; Slangen, Aimée B A; Winkelmann, Ricarda; Burgard, Clara; van Calcar, Caroline J; Barré, Jean-Baptiste; Bataille, Amélie; Chapuis, Anne (2022). Sea-level rise: from global perspectives to local services. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8:709595.

Deplazes-Zemp, Anna (2022). Are people part of nature? Yes and no: a perspectival account of the concept of ‘nature’. Environmental Ethics, 44(2):99-119.

Dwivedi, Dipankar; Santos, A L D; Barnard, M A; Crimmins, T M; Malhotra, Avni; Rod, K A; Aho, K S; Bell, S M; Bomfim, B; Brearley, F Q; Cadillo-Quiroz, H; Chen, J; Gough, C M; Graham, E B; Hakkenberg, C R; Haygood, L; Koren, G; Lilleskov, E; Meredith, L K; Naeher, S; Nickerson, Z L; Pourret, O; Song, H -S; Stahl, M; Taş, N; Vargas, R; Weintraub-Leff, S (2022). Biogeosciences perspectives on integrated, coordinated, open, networked (ICON) science. : American Geophysical Union.


Zangger, Christoph (2021). The contexts of residential preferences. An experimental examination of contextual influences in housing decisions. Housing Studies:Epub ahead of print.

Risi, David; Paetzold, Falko; Kellers, Anne (2021). Wealthy Private Investors and Socially Responsible Investing: The Influence of Reference Groups. Sustainability, 13(22):12931.

Seller, Carolin; Özel Duygan, Birge D; Honti, Mark; Fenner, Kathrin (2021). Biotransformation of Chemicals at the Water–Sediment Interface─Toward a Robust Simulation Study Setup. ACS Environmental Au, 1(1):46-57.

Finke, Peter (2021). Pastoralist Dilemmas: Where to Go and When to Move, or with Whom to Talk? Human Ecology, 49(6):831-842.

Altermatt, Florian Environmental threats we can act upon: How to use the science-policy dialogue. Edited by: Altermatt, Florian (2021). München: Oekom Verlag.

Schenk, Patrick; Rössel, Jörg; Weingartner, Sebastian (2021). It’s All about Distinction: The Lifestyle Embeddedness of Fair Trade Consumption. Sustainability, 13(19):10997.

Korf, Benedikt (2021). ‘German Theory’: Cosmopolitan geographies, counterfactual histories and the (non)travel of a ‘German Foucault’. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 39(5):925-944.

Parra, Guido J; Bilgmann, Kerstin; Peters, Katharina J; Möller, Luciana M (2021). Abundance and Potential Biological Removal of Common Dolphins Subject to Fishery Impacts in South Australian Waters. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8:617075.

Wirth, Manuel (2021). Mobilizing affect, shaping market subjects: Tracing the connections of neuroliberalism and social finance in youth homelessness projects. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, 53(6):1356-1372.

Grafe, Fritz-Julius; Mieg, Harald A (2021). Precaution and innovation in the context of wastewater regulation: an examination of financial innovation under UWWTD disputes in London and Milan. Sustainability, 13(16):9130.

Thuany, Mabliny; Pereira, Sara; Hill, Lee; Santos, Jean Carlos; Rosemann, Thomas; Knechtle, Beat; Gomes, Thayse Natacha (2021). Where Are the Best European Road Runners and What Are the Country Variables Related to It? Sustainability, 13(14):7781.

Griessinger, Jussi; Meier, Wolfgang Jens-Henrik; Bast, Alexander; Debel, Annette; Gärtner-Roer, Isabelle; Gärtner, Holger (2021). Permafrost biases climate signals in δ18Otree-ring series from a sub-alpine tree stand in Val Bever/Switzerland. Atmosphere, 12(7):836.

Loponte, Daniel; Acosta, Alejandro; Gascue, Andrés; Pfrengle, Saskia; Schuenemann, Verena J; Bortolotto, Noelia; Carbonera, Mirian; García Esponda, César; Voglino, Damián; Milheira, Rafael; Ferrari, Alejandro; Borges, Caroline (2021). The Southernmost Pre-Columbian Dogs in the Americas: Phenotype, Chronology, Diet and Genetics. Environmental Archaeology:Epub ahead of print.

Honegger, Matthias; Michaelowa, Axel; Roy, Joyashree (2021). Potential implications of carbon dioxide removal for the sustainable development goals. Climate Policy, 21(5):678-698.

Aerni, Philipp (2021). Decentralized Economic Complexity in Switzerland and Its Contribution to Inclusive and Sustainable Change. Sustainability, 13(8):1-18.

Aerni, Philipp (2021). The Ethics of Farm Animal Biotechnology from an Anthropological Perspective. Sustainability, 13:3674.

Gerber, Andreas; Ulrich, Markus; Wäger, Flurin X; Roca-Puigròs, Marta; Gonçalves, João Sa Vinhas; Wäger, Patrick (2021). Games on Climate Change: Identifying Development Potentials through Advanced Classification and Game Characteristics Mapping. Sustainability, 13(4):1997.

Chabanne, Delphine B H; Allen, Simon J; Sherwin, William Bruce; Finn, Hugh; Krützen, Michael (2021). Inconsistency Between Socio-Spatial and Genetic Structure in a Coastal Dolphin Population. Frontiers in Marine Science, 7:617540.

Pouri, Maria J; Hilty, Lorenz M (2021). The digital sharing economy: a confluence of technical and social sharing. Environmental innovation and societal transitions, 38:127-139.

Michaelowa, Axel; Michaelowa, Katharina; Shishlov, Igor; Brescia, Dario (2021). Catalysing private and public action for climate change mitigation: the World Bank’s role in international carbon markets. Climate Policy, 21(1):120-132.

Michaelowa, Axel; Hoch, Stephan; Weber, Anne-Kathrin; Kassaye, Ruth; Hailu, Tesfaye (2021). Mobilising private climate finance for sustainable energy access and climate change mitigation in Sub-Saharan Africa. Climate Policy, 21(1):47-62.

Strauß, Nadine (2021). Communicating Sustainable Responsible Investments as Financial Advisors: Engaging Private Investors with Strategic Communication. Sustainability, 13(6):3161.


Motschmann, Alina; Huggel, Christian; Muñoz, Randy; Thür, Angela (2020). Towards integrated assessments of water risks in deglaciating mountain areas: water scarcity and GLOF risk in the Peruvian Andes. Geoenvironmental Disasters, 7(1):26.

Kessler, Sabrina Heike; Mede, Niels G; Schäfer, Mike S (2020). Eyeing CRISPR on Wikipedia: using eye tracking to assess what lay audiences look for to learn about CRISPR and genetic engineering. Environmental Communication, 14(7):886-903.

Hilbrandt, Hanna; Grubbauer, Monika (2020). Standards and SSOs in the contested widening and deepening of financial markets: the arrival of Green Municipal Bonds in Mexico City. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, 52(7):1415-1433.

Schäfer, Mike S; Siegen, Dario; Mahl, Daniela (2020). “We are a Bit Blind About it”: A Qualitative Analysis of Climate Change-Related Perceptions and Communication Across South African Communities. Environmental Communication, 14(6):802-815.

Michaelowa, Katharina; Michaelowa, Axel; Reinsberg, Bernhard; Shishlov, Igor (2020). Do multilateral development bank trust funds allocate climate finance efficiently? Sustainability, 12(14):online.

Pauw, W Pieter; Castro, Paula; Pickering, Jonathan; Bhasin, Shikha (2020). Conditional nationally determined contributions in the Paris Agreement: foothold for equity or achilles heel? Climate Policy, 20(4):468-484.

Keller, Tobias R; Hase, Valerie; Thaker, Jagadish; Mahl, Daniela; Schäfer, Mike S (2020). News media coverage of climate change in India 1997-2016: using automated content analysis to assess themes and topics. Environmental Communication, 14(2):219-235.

Myers-Smith, Isla H; Kerby, Jeffrey T; Phoenix, Gareth K; Bjerke, Jarle W; Epstein, Howard E; Assmann, Jakob J; John, Christian; Andreu-Hayles, Laia; Angers-Blondin, Sandra; Beck, Pieter S A; Berner, Logan T; Bhatt, Uma S; Bjorkman, Anne D; Blok, Daan; Bryn, Anders; Christiansen, Casper T; Cornelissen, J Hans C; Cunliffe, Andrew M; Elmendorf, Sarah C; Forbes, Bruce C; Goetz, Scott J; Hollister, Robert D; de Jong, Rogier; Loranty, Michael M; Macias-Fauria, Marc; Maseyk, Kadmiel; Normand, Signe; Olofsson, Johan; Parker, Thomas C; Parmentier, Frans-Jan W; Schaepman-Strub, Gabriela; et al (2020). Complexity revealed in the greening of the Arctic. Nature Climate Change, 10(2):106-117.

Berndt, Christian; Rantisi, Norma M; Peck, Jamie (2020). M/market frontiers. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, 52(1):14-26.

Berndt, Christian; Werner, Marion; Fernández, Víctor Ramiro (2020). Postneoliberalism as institutional recalibration: Reading Polanyi through Argentina’s soy boom. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, 52(1):216-236.


Michaelowa, Axel; Hermwille, Lukas; Obergassel, Wolfgang; Butzengeiger, Sonja (2019). Additionality revisited: guarding the integrity of market mechanisms under the Paris Agreement. Climate Policy, 19(10):1211-1224.

Cazenave, Anny; Hamlington, Ben; Horwath, Martin; Barletta, Valentina R; Benveniste, Jérôme; Chambers, Don; Döll, Petra; Hogg, Anna E; Legeais, Jean François; Merrifield, Mark; Meyssignac, Benoit; Mitchum, Garry; Nerem, Steve; Pail, Roland; Palanisamy, Hindumathi; Paul, Frank; von Schuckmann, Karina; Thompson, Philip (2019). Observational requirements for long-term monitoring of the global mean sea level and its components over the altimetry era. Frontiers in Marine Science, 6:582.

Müller, Benito; Michaelowa, Axel (2019). How to operationalize accounting under Article 6 market mechanisms of the Paris Agreement. Climate Policy, 19(7):812-819.

O’Gorman, Eoin J; Petchey, Owen L; Faulkner, Katy J; Gallo, Bruno; Gordon, Timothy A C; Neto-Cerejeira, Joana; Ólafsson, Jón S; Pichler, Doris E; Thompson, Murray S A; Woodward, Guy (2019). A simple model predicts how warming simplifies wild food webs. Nature Climate Change, 9(8):611-616.

Schenk, Christine G (2019). Legal and spatial ordering in Aceh, Indonesia : inscribing the security of female bodies into law. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, 51(5):1128-1144.

Arlt, Dorothee; Rauchfleisch, Adrian; Schäfer, Mike S (2019). Between fragmentation and dialogue: Twitter communities and political debate about the Swiss “Nuclear Withdrawal Initiative”. Environmental Communication, 13(4):440-456.

Germanov, Elitza S; Bejder, Lars; Chabanne, Delphine B H; Dharmadi, Dharmadi; Hendrawan, I Gede; Marshall, Andrea D; Pierce, Simon J; van Keulen, Mike; Loneragan, Neil R (2019). Contrasting Habitat Use and Population Dynamics of Reef Manta Rays Within the Nusa Penida Marine Protected Area, Indonesia. Frontiers in Marine Science, 6:215.

Hilbrandt, Hanna (2019). Everyday urbanism and the everyday state: negotiating habitat in allotment gardens in Berlin. Urban Studies, 56(2):352-367.

Schmid, Bernhard (2019). Der Aufstieg der Biodiversität zum globalen Thema. GAIA, 28(3):249.

Meinard, Yves; Coq, Sylvain; Schmid, Bernhard (2019). The vagueness of “biodiversity” and its implications in conservation practice. In: Casetta, Elena; Marques da Silva, Jorge; Vecchi, Davide. From assessing to conserving biodiversity. Cham: Springer, 353-374.

Howe, Lauren C; MacInnis, Bo; Krosnick, Jon A; Markowitz, Ezra M; Socolow, Robert (2019). Acknowledging uncertainty impacts public acceptance of climate scientists’ predictions. Nature Climate Change, 9(11):863-867.


Metag, Julia; Schäfer, Mike S (2018). Audience segments in environmental and science communication: recent findings and future perspectives. Environmental Communication, 12(8):995-1004.

Isengard, Bettina; König, Ronny; Szydlik, Marc (2018). Money or space? Intergenerational transfers in a comparative perspective. Housing Studies, 33(2):178-200.

van Meerveld, H J; Fischer, Benjamin M C; Rinderer, Michael; Stähli, Manfred; Seibert, Jan (2018). Runoff generation in a pre-alpine catchment: A discussion between a tracer and a shallow groundwater hydrologist. Cuadernos de Investigacion Geografica, 44(2):429-452.

Metag, Julia; Maier, Michaela; Füchslin, Tobias; Bromme, Laurits; Schäfer, Mike S (2018). Between active seekers and non-users: segments of science-related media usage in Switzerland and Germany. Environmental Communication, 12(8):1077-1094.

Post, Senja; Kleinen-von Königslöw, Katharina; Schäfer, Mike S (2018). Between guilt and obligation: debating the responsibility for climate change and climate politics in the media. Environmental Communication:1-17.

Füchslin, Tobias; Schäfer, Mike S; Metag, Julia (2018). A short survey instrument to segment populations according to their attitudes toward science: scale development, optimization and assessment. Environmental Communication, 12(8):1095-1108.

Zumbühl, H J; Nussbaumer, Samuel U (2018). Little Ice Age glacier history of the Central and Western Alps from pictorial documents. Cuadernos de Investigacion Geografica, 44(1):115-136.

Bjørk, A A; Aagaard, S; Lütt, A; Khan, S A; Box, J E; Kjeldsen, K K; Larsen, N K; Korsgaard, N J; Cappelen, J; Colgan, W T; Machguth, Horst; Andresen, C S; Peings, Y; Kjær, K H (2018). Changes in Greenland’s peripheral glaciers linked to the North Atlantic Oscillation. Nature Climate Change, 8(1):48-52.

Policy instruments for limiting global temperature rise to 1.5°C. Edited by: Michaelowa, Axel; Allen, Myles; Sha, Fu (2018). Abingdon: Earthscan Ltd..

Michaelowa, Axel; Allen, Myles; Sha, Fu (2018). Policy instruments for limiting global temperature rise to 1.5°C – can humanity rise to the challenge? Climate Policy, 18(3):275-286.

Bernardi, Luca; Morales, Laura; Lhiste, Maarja; Bischof, Daniel (2018). The effects of the Fukushima disaster on nuclear energy debates and policies: A two-steps comparative examination. Environmental Politics, 27(1):42-68.


Chapman, Mollie; Klassen, Susanna; Kreitzman, Maayan; Semmelink, Adrian; Sharp, Kelly; Singh, Gerald; Chan, Kai M A (2017). 5 key challenges and solutions for governing complex adaptive (food) systems. Sustainability, 9(9):1594.

Veflen, Nina; Storstad, Oddveig; Samuelsen, Bendik; Langsrud, Solveig; Hagtvedt, Therese; Ueland, Oydis; Gregersen, Frederik (2017). Food scares: Reflections and reactions. International Journal on Food System Dynamics, 8(2):155-164.

Battiston, Stefano; Mandel, Antoine; Monasterolo, Irene; Schuetze, Franziska; Visentin, Gabriele (2017). A Climate stress-test of the financial system. Nature Climate Change, 7:283-288.

Acker, Antoine; Capellini Carvalho de Oliveira, Nathalia (2017). Tales of the Transamazonian: Hope and Disillusionment on a Route of Ecological Migrations. Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment, 24(2):306-324.

Balsiger, Jörg; Förster, Ruth; Mader, Clemens; Nagel, Ueli; Sironi, Helene; Wilhelm, Sandra; Zimmermann, Anne B (2017). Transformative learning and education for sustainable development. GAIA, 26(4):357-359.

Koutsouris, Alexander; Seibert, Jan; Lyon, Steve W (2017). Utilization of global precipitation datasets in data limited regions: a case study of Kilombero Valley, Tanzania. Atmosphere, 8(12):246.


Berger Ziauddin, Silvia (2016). (De)territorializing the home: The nuclear bomb shelter as a malleable site of passage. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space:online.

Huggel, Christian; Wallimann-Helmer, Ivo; Stone, Dáithí; Cramer, Wolfgang (2016). Reconciling justice and attribution research to advance climate policy. Nature Climate Change, 6:901-908.

Burger, Kaspar (2016). A transdisciplinary approach to research on early childhood education. GAIA, 25(3):197-200.

Rankin, Robert W; Nicholson, Krista E; Allen, Simon J; Krützen, Michael; Bejder, Lars; Pollock, Kenneth H (2016). A Full-Capture Hierarchical Bayesian Model of Pollock's Closed Robust Design and Application to Dolphins. Frontiers in Marine Science:3:25.

Cöltekin, Arzu; Hempel, Julia; Brychtova, Alzbeta; Giannopoulos, Ioannis; Stellmach, S; Dachselt, R (2016). Gaze and feet as additional input modalities for interacting with geospatial interfaces. ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, III-2:113-120.

Jaeger, Mark Daniel; Michaelowa, Katharina (2016). Global climate policy and local energy politics: is India hiding behind the poor? Climate Policy, 16(7):940-951.

Machguth, Horst; MacFerrin, Mike; van As, Dirk; Box, Jason E; Charalampidis, Charalampos; Colgan, William; Fausto, Robert S; Meijer, Harro A J; Mosley-Thompson, Ellen; van de Wal, Roderik S W (2016). Greenland meltwater storage in firn limited by near-surface ice formation. Nature Climate Change, 6(4):390-393.

Hatcher, Craig; Thieme, Susan (2016). Institutional transition: Internal migration, the propiska, and post-socialist urban change in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Urban Studies, 53(10):2175-2191.

Cai, Yongyang; Lenton, Timothy M; Lontzek, Thomas S (2016). Risk of multiple interacting tipping points should encourage rapid CO2 emission reduction. Nature Climate Change, 6(5):520-525.

Muller, Adrian; Huppenbauer, Markus (2016). Sufficiency, liberal societies and environmental policy in the face of planetary boundaries. GAIA, 25(2):105-109.


O'Keefe, Mark; Lüthi, Christoph; Tumwebaze, Innocent Kamara; Tobias, Robert (2015). Opportunities and limits to market-driven sanitation services: evidence from urban informal settlements in East Africa. Environment and Urbanization, 27(2):421-440.

Plüss, Larissa (2015). Municipal councillors in metropolitan governance: assessing the democratic deficit of new regionalism in Switzerland. European Urban and Regional Studies, 22(3):242-260.

Müller, Martin (2015). (Im-)Mobile policies: Why sustainability went wrong in the 2014 Olympics in Sochi. European Urban and Regional Studies, 22(2):191-209.

Boo, Gianluca; Fabrikant, Sara I; Leyk, Stefan (2015). A novel approach to veterinary spatial epidemiology: dasymetric refinement of the Swiss dog tumor registry data. ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, II-3/W5:263-269.

Myers-Smith, Isla H; Elmendorf, Sarah C; Beck, Pieter S A; Wilmking, Martin; Hallinger, Martin; Blok, Daan; Tape, Ken D; Rayback, Shelly A; Macias-Fauria, Marc; Forbes, Bruce C; Speed, James D M; Boulanger-Lapointe, Noémie; Rixen, Christian; Lévesque, Esther; Schmidt, Niels Martin; Baittinger, Claudia; Trant, Andrew J; Hermanutz, Luise; Collier, Laura Siegwart; Dawes, Melissa A; Lantz, Trevor C; Weijers, Stef; Jørgensen, Rasmus Halfdan; Buchwal, Agata; Buras, Allan; Naito, Adam T; Ravolainen, Virve; Schaepman-Strub, Gabriela; Wheeler, Julia A; Wipf, Sonja; Guay, Kevin C; Hik, David S; Vellend, Mark (2015). Climate sensitivity of shrub growth across the tundra biome. Nature Climate Change, 5(9):887-891.

Rautenbach, Victoria; Cöltekin, Arzu; Coetzee, Serena (2015). Exploring the impact of visual complexity levels in 3D city models on the accuracy of individuals’ orientation and cognitive maps. ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, II-3/W5:499-506.

Ostermann, Frank O; Huang, Haosheng; Andrienko, Gennady; Andrienko, Natalia; Capineri, Cristina; Farkas, K; Purves, Ross S (2015). Extracting and comparing places using Geo-Social Media. In: Mallet, C; Paparoditis, N; Dowman, I; Oude Elberink, S; Raimond, A-M; Rottensteiner, F; Yang, M; Christophe, S; Coltekin, Arzu; Brédif, M. ISPRS Geospatial Week 2015. Göttingen: Copernicus Publications, 311-316.

Müller, Martin; Pickles, John (2015). Global games, local rules: Mega-events in the post-socialist world. European Urban and Regional Studies, 22(2):121-127.

Lontzek, Thomas S; Cai, Yongyang; Judd, Kenneth L; Lenton, Timothy M (2015). Stochastic integrated assessment of climate tipping points indicates the need for strict climate policy. Nature Climate Change, 5(5):441-444.


Kashian, Alireza; Rajabifard, Abbas; Richter, Kai-Florian (2014). RoadPlex: A mobile VGI game to collect and validate data for POIs. In: ISPRS Technical Commission II Symposium, Toronto, 6 October 2014 - 8 October 2014. Copernicus Publications, 55-60.

Michaelowa, Axel (2014). Linking the CDM with domestic carbon markets. Climate Policy, 14(3):353-371.

Gundelach, Birte; Freitag, Markus (2014). Neighbourhood diversity and social trust: an empirical analysis of interethnic contact and group-specific effects. Urban Studies, 51(6):1236-1256.

Forêt, Philippe; Hall, Marcus; Kueffer, Christoph (2014). Developing the environmental humanities: A Swiss perspective. GAIA, 23(1):67-69.

Huber, Franz K; Yang, Yongping; Weckerle, Caroline S; Seeland, Klaus (2014). Diversification of livelihoods in a society in transition: a case study of Tibetan communities in southwest China. Society & Natural Resources, 27(7):706-723.

O'Brien, Michael J; Leuzinger, Sebastian; Philipson, Christopher D; Tay, John; Hector, Andy (2014). Drought survival of tropical tree seedlings enhanced by non-structural carbohydrate levels. Nature Climate Change, 4(8):710-714.

O'Brien, Michael J; Leuzinger, Sebastian; Philipson, Christopher D; Tay, John; Hector, Andy (2014). Drought survival of tropical tree seedlings enhanced by non-structural carbohydrate levels. Nature Climate Change, 4(8):710-714.

Schäfer, Mike S; Schlichting, Inga (2014). Media representations of climate change : A meta-analysis of the research field. Environmental Communication, 8(2):142-160.

Demant, Jakob; Landolt, Sara (2014). Youth drinking in public places: the production of drinking spaces in and outside nightlife areas. Urban Studies, 51(1):170-184.


Stadelmann, Martin; Michaelowa, Axel; Roberts, J Timmons (2013). Difficulties in accounting for private finance in international climate policy. Climate Policy, 13(6):718-737.

Koch, Philippe (2013). Bringing power back in: collective and distributive forms of power in public participation. Urban Studies, 50(14):2976-2992.

Frascaroli, Fabrizio (2013). Catholicism and Conservation: The Potential of Sacred Natural Sites for Biodiversity Management in Central Italy. Human Ecology, 41(4):587-601.

Böll, S; Schmidt, B R; Veith, M; Wagner, N; Rödder, D; Weimann, C; Kirschey, T; Lötters, S (2013). Amphibians as indicators of changes in aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems following GM crop cultivation: a monitoring guideline. BioRisk, 8:39-51.

Berndt, Christian (2013). Assembling market b/orders: violence, dispossession, and economic development in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. Environment and Planning A, 45(11):2646-2662.

Machguth, Horst (2013). Atmospheric science: Glaciers between two drivers. Nature Climate Change, 4:12-13.

Bair, Jennifer; Berndt, Christian; Boeckler, Marc; Werner, Marion (2013). Dis/articulating producers, markets, and regions: new directions in critical studies of commodity chains. Environment and Planning A, 45(11):2544-2552.

Ivarsson, Magnus; Bengtson, Stefan; Skogby, Henrik; Belivanova, Veneta; Marone, Federica (2013). Fungal colonies in open fractures of subseafloor basalt. Geo-Marine Letters, 33(4):233-243.

Johnson, Leigh (2013). Index insurance and the articulation of risk-bearing subjects. Environment and Planning A, 45(11):2663-2681.

Huggel, Christian; Stone, Dáithí; Auffhammer, Maximilian; Hansen, Gerrit (2013). Loss and damage attribution. Nature Climate Change, 3(8):694-696.

Spalding-Fecher, Randall; Michaelowa, Axel (2013). Should the use of standardized baselines in the CDM be mandatory? Climate Policy, 13(1):80-88.

Hayashi, Daisuke; Michaelowa, Axel (2013). Standardization of baseline and additionality determination under the CDM. Climate Policy, 13(2):191-209.


Castro, Paula (2012). Does the CDM discourage emission reduction targets in advanced developing countries? Climate Policy, 12(2):198-218.

Betzold, Carola; Castro, Paula; Weiler, F (2012). AOSIS in the UNFCCC negotiations: from unity to fragmentation? Climate Policy, 12(5):591-613.

Bernasocchi, Marco; Cöltekin, Arzu; Gruber, Stephan (2012). An open source geovisual analytics toolbox for multivariate spatio-temporal data in environmental change modeling. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, I-2:123-128.

Sorg, Annina; Bolch, Tobias; Stoffel, Markus; Solomina, Olga; Beniston, Martin (2012). Climate change impacts on glaciers and runoff in Tien Shan (Central Asia). Nature Climate Change, 2012(2):725-731.

Rogaly, Ben; Thieme, Susan (2012). Experiencing space–time: the stretched lifeworlds of migrant workers in India. Environment and Planning A, 44(9):2086-2100.

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